Dal ka Parantha Recipe!

in GEMS4 years ago

Got a headache because your kids don’t eat pulses and you are worried about their protein intake? Worry no more because I’ve the perfect solution to make your kids all those pulses without any tantrums and al nutrients intact. This recipe works so well for me because even I don’t like to eat pulses too often. So this amazing Dal ka Parantha comes to my rescue. Let’s check out this cool recipe of bread made with flour mixed with spiced up pulses.

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Cooking Time

1 minute for each Parantha, 5-7 minutes for Dough preparation

Kitchen Standing Time

15 minutes


10 Parantha

Accompaniments: Any Vegetable, Pickle, Chutney, Butter


• 1 cup Wheat Flour
• Any left over cooked dal
• 1 chopped onion
• 1 chopped green chilli
• Chopped Coriander leaves
• ½ TBSP Red chilli powder
• ½ TBSP Coriander Powder
• ½ TBSP Dry mango Powder
• Oil for making paranthas

Step 1: Take Wheat Flour in a big bowl. Add the left over dal and all vegetables and spices. Kneed into a dough. It has to be a regular dough, like we do to make chapatis.

Step 2: Take a small portion of the dough and make a flat, circular bread out of it. Note that it should be slightly thicker than a chapati but not too thick.

Step 3: Heat the tawa and add ½ spoon ghee. Place the bread on hot tawa. Let it cook.

Step 4: Once the parantha is cooked from one side, turn it upside down. Let the other side cook well.

Step 5: Now add some ghee on the tawa to make the prantha crispy and cook well until brown.

Step 6: Serve hot with any butter/pickle/vegetable/chutney

Try this recipe and home and enjoy thelockdown! Happy Cooking!

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